Investment Bonds - UK - February 2011
US $2,463.03 (Excl.Tax)Excl. Tax Buy Now
Since its 2007 peak, the UK onshore bond market has been in decline, to the point where total sales in 2010 were three fifths down on the volume achieved in 2007. The sub-prime crisis and ensuing economic downturn were partly responsible for this fall, but a more detrimental factor was the change to capital gains tax (CGT) in April 2008, which made rival products, such as unit trusts and OEICs, more favourable in comparison.
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